University of Southern California College feature (Monday picture page), 1958
Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Olmo. Date: 1958-10-21. Reporter: Caswell. Assignment: U.S.C. (College series). Special instructions: Monday picture page. 45-46: Student bikes in front of Founders Hall. Bicycles are USC solution to impossible parking problem on campus. 48-49-50: Human centrifuge in School of Aviation Safety. Dick Kaehler, engineering psychologist, is whirled face-outward to test physical condition under decelleration. Facing inward would test his resistance to pullout 'G' or rocket acceleration. 51-52-53-54: Linear accelerator for nuclear research. Large tank is 4 million volt generator for hydrogen protons which are shot through smaller 70-foot 'gun' under 32,000,000 volts to reach a speed one-third that of light. Installation will be complete next summer. 55-56: Tommy Trojan statue, symbol of U.S.C. in front of Bovard Hall, girls on bikes in foreground. 57-58: One of two 72-chair rooms in USC College of Dentistry Clinic. Dentistry school is one of University's most famous. USC Photo (2 negs. return to USC Photo Dept). Meera Sajnani, foreign student from India who also teaches English classes at USC in a Sari)".